"My family let it sound It would be a lot easier for me to return to the UK," she said.
ITV News reported Tuesday that Begum's mother had received a letter from the Home Office stating that an order to remove her citizenship had been issued. The letter asked Begum's family to inform them of the decision and their appeal.
Debate on the Legality of the British Movement
The decision has triggered a debate on the legality behind it. A spokesman for the Home Office told CNN that the Home Secretary could deprive someone of his British citizenship "where he would not make the individual stateless."
Begum's family is from Bangladesh, according to former Metropolitan Police chief Dal Bab, who was in contact with the family.
However, the Bangladesh Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that Begum was not a Bangladeshi citizen and had never visited the country.
"The Government of Bangladesh is deeply concerned that it has been falsely identified as the holder of dual citizenship next to Bangladesh, next to its birthplace, Great Britain," the statement said.
"She is a native British and has never applied for dual citizenship in Bangladesh … It is not a question of her being allowed to enter Bangladesh."
Interior Minister Sajid Javid proposed to parliament on Wednesday that children of jihadists who lose their citizenship, could still be British.
Children should not suffer a parent loses his British citizenship, this does not affect the rights of his child, "he said. Earlier this week, he said that the UK has terminated the citizenship of more than 100 people.
Hashi Mohamed – a lawyer who wrote a report on the disempowerment of citizenship with David Anderson, a former UK terrorism law expert, told CNN that trying to revoke Begum's citizenship was an "unprecedented" revision of the British Immigration Law.
Mohamed said that Javid's train had opened a can of worms that threatened the risk of a" two-tier British nationality, "which could mean" if you born in the UK, but your parents were born in another place and had dual nationality – then your citizenship as a British-born and raised person is at risk. "
"Following the imprisonment of the mother, the British authorities are being informed that the child's DNA tests are being carried out to establish her entitlement to a British passport, as the mother lived in Daesh – The Territory, the Home Secretary and a judge approve the Use of a Temporary Exclusion (TEO) to manage their return to the UK, "said the 2018 guideline.
On Wednesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May said there were" very clear criteria "according to which the Home Secretary deprived British citizens of their citizenship, but refused to provide any further insight into the reasons of the government.
Begum: "I do not know why my case is different"
Begum told ITV that she may be talking about her Dutch husband, an ISIS fighter, who is seeking US support had to explore a possible citizenship route, armed forces in Syria weeks ago.
"Another option I could try with my family is that my husband is from Holland and he has a family in Holland," she told ITV. "Maybe I can apply for citizenship in Holland if he does Returned to the prison in Holland, I can just wait while he is in prison. "
"I've heard that other people are sent back to Britain, so know Why is my case different from other people, or is it just that I was on the news four years ago? "
Begum was 15 years old when she was with two classmates from the airport Gatwick flew and Syria came to them. The young women, all from the Bethnal Green Academy in East London, were to join another classmate who had traveled to Syria months before.
Days later she had her baby. From a Syrian refugee camp with 39,000 residents in al-Hawl, Begum told The Times that she did not regret going to Syria, but told the newspaper that "the caliphate is over"